LABOUR MP Tracy Brabin has blamed "keyboard warriors sat in their mum's back bedroom eating Pot Noodles" for the "absurd" online criticism she received after wearing an off-the-shoulder dress in the Commons.
Brabin was widely praised for her response to the criticism.
Women, men have applauded the Labour MP for an "amazing retort", however, there still remain people who did not stop after her reply and repeated their disagreement with Brabin's choice of the outfit of Parliamentary debate. Women are judged continually by how they look... it is unacceptable that we are raising out daughters to be looking inwards rather than outwards'. Sorry I don't have time to reply to all of you commenting on this but I can confirm I'm not ... "Who knew people could get so emotional over a shoulder".
Brabin had taken to the despatch box to complain of journalists being removed from a press briefing on Brexit plans.
But hopefully Brabin and other women like her will continue to speak out against sexist attitudes towards women's dress and, in time, the unfair standards women are held to will change.
She added that: 'No journalists are barred from official media briefings hosted by the Prime Minister's official spokesperson'.
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She told BBC Breakfast it was her responsibility to "call it out".
"I do think it's slightly absurd, but we're talking about shoulders which, in the scheme of things, when there's so much else to discuss, it does feel slightly silly", she said.
She tweeted to her 36 thousand followers: "Hello".
Most internet users believed that her dress was "inappropriate" and "unprofessional", there were others who called out the trolls for "sexism".
She later bagged the role of Tricia Armstrong in Coronation Street in 1994 where she stayed until 1997.
"This is an ASOS dress which has been flying off the shelves as a result of the coverage".